Mezcal Clase Azul Durango 70 cl.Tequila Clase Azul
Tequila Clase Azul elaborates this mezcal in Durango (Mexico). Format of 70 cl.
Mezcal elaborated based on agave cenizo of the state of Durango. The extreme climate, the mineral wealth of land and the birth of natural springs in the area, give it to Clase Azul mezcal a peculiar strength and complexity.
The processing process It is totally handmade; The agave cenizo takes between 12 and 15 years before the flowering arises and can be collected, then your heart is cooked in the traditional Palenque underground with firewood and volcanic stone. This method gives to Clase Azul sweet peanut, piloncillo and honey notes, as well as flavors of ash, wood and chocolate.
After several days, cooked ages are extracted , they are fermented in stone batteries and a double distillation is performed, using a copper still called "El Viejo".
Color: Bright crystalline with flashes Playes .
Aroma: citrus and herbal, green olive, cooked agave and nail.
Taste: peanut, brunette sugar, honey, wood, chocolate and sweet fruit notes
Fath fish and seafood (ax, lobster, shrimp, octopus, salmon, tuna and mahi) cooked with bittersweet sauces (tamarind and mango). Pan Melba with avocado and holy cheeses (Grana Padano, Parmesan or Roman pecorino). Ruby or white chocolate with salty nuts, mango jam or citrus.
Kosher and Positive Luxury Certificate. Without gluten.
- 70 cl.
- Made by
- Tequila Clase Azul
- Made in
- 44% Vol.
- Quantity of distillations
- 2 Distillations
About Tequila Clase Azul
All Clase Azul tequilas and mezcals are made with the heart and soul of the Mexican artisan community. 100% blue agave tequila from the highest points in the state of Jalisco with maturations between 6 and 8 years. Each one of its unmistakable bottles is made and painted by hand by local artists from the town of Santa María Canchestada. Each ceramic bottle is a unique and unrepeatable piece.
Clase Azul works every day to preserve the land on which its spirits are produced and to protect the native communities of its country. They are intended to foster a deeper appreciation for the beauty of Mexico and its traditions.